marimekko art poster | 50 x 70 cm

These brand new marimekko art posters are printed on high-quality 170 g/m² un coated matte paper.

The poster is perfectly packed in a special anniversary box to commemorate marimekko's 70 years of printmaking. 

Adorn your walls with classic Finnish design and best part is you can early pop the poster into an ikea frame and voila ready to hang and admire. 

Seireeni pattern

While travelling in Greece in the early 1960s, Maija Isola got inspired by the movement of water and depicted it in several fabric prints, including Seireeni (siren) from 1964. Named after the mythological sirens, the pattern also reflects the enchanting singing that lured sailors into dangerous waters.

Lokki pattern

The idea for the Lokki (seagull) pattern came to Maija Isola when she was looking at a window with a curtain drawn across it. The sun was shining, and the wide folds of the curtain formed wavy shadows on the fabric. Maija had a sudden inspiration: if a fabric is printed with waves, even a small piece of such fabric appears abundant, richly folded.

 

marimekko art poster | 50 x 70 cm

$45.99
marimekko art poster | 50  x 70 cm marimekko art poster | 50  x 70 cm
marimekko art poster | 50  x 70 cm marimekko art poster | 50  x 70 cm

marimekko art poster | 50 x 70 cm

$45.99
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$45.99

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These brand new marimekko art posters are printed on high-quality 170 g/m² un coated matte paper.

The poster is perfectly packed in a special anniversary box to commemorate marimekko's 70 years of printmaking. 

Adorn your walls with classic Finnish design and best part is you can early pop the poster into an ikea frame and voila ready to hang and admire. 

Seireeni pattern

While travelling in Greece in the early 1960s, Maija Isola got inspired by the movement of water and depicted it in several fabric prints, including Seireeni (siren) from 1964. Named after the mythological sirens, the pattern also reflects the enchanting singing that lured sailors into dangerous waters.

Lokki pattern

The idea for the Lokki (seagull) pattern came to Maija Isola when she was looking at a window with a curtain drawn across it. The sun was shining, and the wide folds of the curtain formed wavy shadows on the fabric. Maija had a sudden inspiration: if a fabric is printed with waves, even a small piece of such fabric appears abundant, richly folded.